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Watermark’s newest collection: The Sutton

Introducing Sutton, Watermark’s newest faucet collection, designed in collaboration with INC Architecture & Design.  The Sutton collection has unique detailing in the form of linear knurling and hex nut-styled handles. This detail can be seen throughout the collection and is both visually and tactility appealing. This new line showcases the detail and uniqueness that Watermark has become renowned for within the plumbing industry.

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The inspiration for the collection came from an antique Cappuccino machine lever that Adam Rolston, principal architect of INC, spotted in a salvage yard. Adam Rolston began his architecture career in 1985. Adam was born and raised in Los Angeles and attended Syracuse University School of Architecture in New York. During his time in school he studied both in Syracuse and in Italy under the influence of the northern Italian Rationalists. Adam has served as the Senior Designer and Project Architect for many large-scale, commercial office, residential condominium, private residential, hospitality, and retail projects around the world. He is known for his astute attention to detail, his ability to tackle the design and planning of complex projects within the many different application in the architectural world. Adam is a registered architect in the State of New York, a member of the AIA New York chapter and the USGBC.

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Come take a tour of our showroom for inspiration and together with one of our design consultants we can build the bathroom & kitchen of your dreams! Book an appointment today!

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